If you’ve already been vaccinated, it might be tempting to ditch your face mask and return to normal life. But infectious disease experts say the vaccine isn’t an automatic off switch to the pandemic. Here’s why we still need to stay vigilant about safety precautions, including wearing a face mask.
The CDC now recommends wearing a face mask with two to three layers that fits snugly over your face, or double masking if your mask only has one layer.
Wondering when to wear a mask, where you should wear a mask or how to deal with common mask challenges? Find helpful tips and tricks all in one place.
Is wearing a mask at home overkill? Learn when it’s actually a good idea to wear one around the house from an infectious disease specialist.
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